Karaoke, which has now become a universal language, is a culture that originated in Japan. Sing and listen while talking. Singing into a microphone with an orchestra playing in the background is fun and makes you feel like a professional singer. Originally, karaoke is a Japanese coined word combining kara (empty) and oke (orchestra). This phrase is said to have come from a chat between members of the NHK Symphony Orchestra. We began to use pre-recorded orchestral performances for singers to sing on broadcast programs. This is the origin of the broadcasting term karaoke. In the 1970s, 8-track magnetic tape hardware with microphone input and music tape software for accompaniment were sold. This was the beginning of modern karaoke when snacks were created that made people sing. In fact, even before that, there were Cafes called ``Utagoe Kissa'' where customers sang in unison with live accompaniment. When I was young, I also went to Utagoe Cafe in Shinjuku, Tokyo. The songs that were sung at that time seemed to be mainly Russian folk songs, folk songs, and anti-war songs. It disappeared with the advent of karaoke. Later, karaoke boxes appeared and karaoke spread all over the world.